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D- "'- " Thursday, May 30, 2013 S " tricoun Obituaries Jack CupperneU, 80 Jack Cuppernell of Watkins, for- merly of Urbana, Ill., died Wednes- day, May 22, 2013, at Hilltop Health Care Center in Watkins. He was 80. Private family services will be held. Jack E. Cuppernell was born June 20, 1932, in Urbana, Ill., to Orace and Dorothy (Lane) Cup- pernell. He was employed as a con- struction laborer with the 703 Local in Urbana for many years, retiring in 1992. Jack enjoyed spending time driving around the country, and he especially enjoyed the companion- ship of his dog, Barney. In his later years he was a caregiver, helping out the widows of his buddies. As his illness progressed, Jack moved to Watldns a few months ago to be closer to his daughter VicE. He resided at St. Anthony Manor prior to becoming a resident at Hilltop Health Care Center. Jack was preceded in death by his parents, son Chris Lee Cupper- nell, and six brothers. He is survived by his daughter Vicki (and John) Elder of Kimball, son Mickey McPherson of Orbana, Ill., grandson Casey McGarry of Orbana, Ill., and sister Shirley Don- aldson of Phoenix, Ariz. Arrangements are by Ertl Funeral Home in Watkins. Timothy Talbot Sr., Timothy Talbot St. died Monday, May 20, 2013, at his South Haven home. He was 52. A memorial service will be held at St. Stephen's in Anoka; time and date to be announced. Timothy J. Talbot Sr. was born Nov. 22, 1960, in Minneapolis to Warren and Dorothy A. (Johnson) Talbot. He was a cook at Waterfront Lakeside Grille in Annandale. Tim was preceded in death by his father Warren and brother Patrick. He is survived by his mother Dorothy of Brainerd; brothers Mike of Anoka and Tom of Pennsylvania; and children Angela of Minneap- olis, Timothy Jr. of Brooklyn Park, and Johnna of Kimball. Burl.! and Cremation Service; View obituaries, guestbooks and videos on-line Kimball * (320) 398-5055 Raymond Voigt, 85 Raymond Voigt of Nevis, for- merly of St. Augusta, died Tues- day, May 21, 2013, at St. Benedict's Senior Community. He was 85. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 24, at St. Mary Help of Christians Catho- lic Church in St. Augusta with Rev. Duane Pribula, Rev. Lloyd Haupt, and Deacon Kenneth Rosha con- celebrants. Burial followed in the parish cemetery. Family and friends called from 4-8 p.m. Thurs- day, May 23, and after 10 a.m. Fri- day, May 24, at the St. Mary Help of Christians Parish Center in St. Augusta. Raymond H. Voigt was born June 4, 1927, in St. Augusta to Albert and Trecia (Schill) Voigt. He grew up in St. Augusta. Ray was a U.S. Navy veteran ofWorldWar II. He married Donna M. Tresco Aug. 9, 1947, at St. Mary's Cathedral in St. Cloud. Ray owned and operated the San- itary Market in St. Cloud; later he was employed as produce man- ager for Del Farm until he retired in 1976. After his retirement he built a home on Lake Belle Talne in Nevis. He was a member of Our Lady of the Pines Parish, Nevis Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club, and life member of the Park Rapids American Legion Post #212. Ray enjoyed snowmobiling, gardening and woodworking. His Also open 2nd Monday of the month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Children/Teen favorite pastime was sitting on the deck overlooking the lake. Grief Support Group offered This summer, Life Transitions will offer a Children and Teen Grief Support Group. This is a six- session (3-week) guided grief sup- port group for youth who have had someone close to them die. They will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. July 9 and 11; July 16 and !8; and July 23 and 25. This will be at Cath- olic Charities Life Transitions at 312 2nd Ave. N., in Sauk Rapids, MN 56379; phone (320) 529-0427. All faiths are welcome. You must call to register before starting the group. A $25 fee per family will be charged, but scholarships are available. Ray was preceded in death by Vacation Bible his parents; brothers Art, Len, Frank School at KUMC and Elmer; sisters Florence Koenig, Sadie Voigt, Alvina Fruth, and Irene Lommel. He is survived by his wife Donna; children Michael (and Candy) Voigt of Cold Spring, James (and Jackie) Voigt of St. Cloud, Loni (and Julie) Voigt of Buffalo, and Tom Voigt of Park Rapids; eight grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren; sisters- in-law Bernice Voigt, Betty Voigt, HildaVoigt, and Vera Kutzera. Arrangements were by Dan- iel Funeral Homes in St. Cloud. Memorials are preferred in lieu of flowers. Support group for eating disorders The St. Cloud Hospital Behav- stressful, how to respond to food ioral Health Clinic is offering a Fam- and body image struggles and what ily and Friends Support Group for to say or not to say. Eating Disorders from 4:30-6 p.m. Each month different topics the first Thursday of the month be explored. This month's session at CentraCare Health Plaza in the will highlight the Minnesota Semis- Leonard, Street & Deinard room. tarvation Experiment, which found There will be no support group in that individuals with eating disor- July. Groups are led by a licensed ders have thoughts and behaviors psychologist or registered dietitian similar to those of men who expe- and provide support through edu- rienced semi-starvation. cation and sharing to friends and There is no cost to attend. For family of individuals with eating more information, please call Bette disorders. Participants will learn Bakke, PhD, I.P,, at (320) 229-4918. tips for making mealtimes less We invite the Kimball area kids (preschool through grade 6) to the Kimball United Method- ist Church's 2013 Vacation Bible School to be held Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14. Beginning at 6 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, there will be a light supper for families followed by music, Bible lessons, crafts, fun play and group activi- ties. We will conclude at 8:30 p.m. with our themed group activity entitled "Let Us Pray." On Thurs- day night, there will be a "show and tell" program followed by a potluck family supper. On Friday evening, families should meet at the Annandale Pio- neer Village at 6 p.m. for a prepaid tour of the park. We will also be asking for cloth- ing or personal items that can be used for our Many Gifts-One Spirit mission project. There will be a cart to drop off items each night. We look forward to a great VBS week. For questions, please call Marilyn at (320) 453-2541. The Petals & Palate Garden Tour and Luncheon July 13 St. Anne's Church in KimballTheAnnandaleArtsCommittee ..................................................................................... would like to invite you to attend IO - 10:45 a.m. Tues./Thurs.their summer fundraiser. The Pet- als & Palate Garden Tour and Lun- cheon is scheduled from 9 a.m. - tel. (320)398-2211 1 p.m. for Saturday, July 13. Advance tickets only are now avail- For after-hours emergencies,able for purchase at the following call one of the area churches. locations in downtown Annan- dale: Miller's Jewelry, In Hot Water The tourwill conclude at Fairhaven Coffee, and All Things Good. In Farms unique garden setting with downtown Maple Lake: Irish Bless- lunch provided by Cottage Gour- ings Coffeehouse. Ticket price is mets. We look forward to seeing $30 per person which includes the you at this very important fund- tour and luncheon. Five area gar- raiser for the "FREE Summer Con- dens will be featured on this tour, certs in the City Park". Please con- providing spectacular arrays full tact Robin Davidson if you have of beauty, color and inspiration, any questions, (612) 799-2711. Many amenities to meet your needs! cup of coffee & visit with us! House of Kimball Assisted Living at its Finest For more information: Joyoe Ouast, LPN/Manager (320) 398-8643 Check daily for new stories at (obituaries are posted as we receive them) www.tricou ntynews. M N Christian Women's Club June 13 "How Does Your Garden Grow?" music, and speaker and artist Car- Ask the Master gardener, Sue John- latta Rasmussen of Jamestown, N.D. sonofBuffaloatabrunchheldjustfor will speak about how her dreams you at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, June 13, were painted on the canvas of her at Reichel's Event Center, Annan- life one stroke at a time. Make res- dale. She will share her garden- ervations by calling Sheree before ing expertise and answer many of 8 p.m. at (320) 963-6625, or Dawn your summer gardening questions, at (612) 723-3905, or e-mail at lilred. Soloist, Penny Koets of Maple Lake This event is will bring you a lovely bouquet of sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries. St. Cloud Diocese event June 20 All Catholic women in the includes: refreshments, silentauc- St. Cloud Diocese are invited to tion, games, entertainment, lunch the 23rd Annual Fun, Food andand door prizes. Fund Day, sponsored by the Dioc- Tickets are $15 before June 10; esan Council of Catholic Women. $20 after; please contact your par- The event, hosted by the Foley/ ish president, or send registra- Princeton Deanery, will be held tion to Kathy Moeller, 2272 120th Thursday, June 20, at the Church Ave., Clear Lake, MN 55319. For of St. Louis, 187 1st St., Foreston, more information callArleen Roe- Minn. The theme is "Growing like, St. Cloud DCCW Pres. at (320) In The Year Of Faith." The event 282-9941, or begins with Mass at 9 a.m. and